Illicit Enrichment should be criminalized from the Moment when the Government starts to fight against Corruption: Advocate

But, I do not think that before that such a legislative change, as a separate element, can give a positive result. Moreover, it is possible that this may be used as a lash against the unwanted persons.

Manuel Neuer sets Bundesliga record with 20 clean sheets in single season

The octopus that is Manuel Neuer continues to solidify his reputation as the top 'keeper on the planet. Bayern Munich's 2-0 win versus FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday saw Neuer register his 20th...

We have inherited Punitive Policy; Advocate

According to her, this is due to the fact of the punitive policy of our country. “We are a Post-Soviet state, and have inherited from the Soviets the punitive policy, and exemption from liability, is not so popular among us,”...

The new Barça kit for the 2015/16 season

The famous Barça stripes will be hoops, inspired by the horizontal stripes of the Barça flags that fans wave on match days at the Camp Nou On Tuesday 26 May the 'blaugrana' shirt will be on...

Touching photos capture mothers cradling their newborn babies just 24 hours after giving birth

I wanted to tell a story about the strength and resilience of women post-childbirth that I feel goes largely unacknowledged in today’s world...

Russian-Azerbaijani naval exercise not to be aimed at Armenia – ex-minister of defense

“The very fact that Russia pledged to ensure security on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border is the most powerful evidence. We are cooperating with the states Russia has problems with, aren’t we?...”

Greece 'cannot afford IMF repayment' in June – minister

"It is now up to institutions to do their bit. We have met them three-quarters of the way, they need to meet us one-quarter of the way…"

«Radio Liberty» has removed an interview with the attacks on Putin

Interview with former St. Petersburg businessman Maxim Freezone «Radio Liberty» in which he accused Vladimir Putin of involvement in corruption schemes in the 1990-ies in St. Petersburg,...

Fewer students has positive aspects as well – Manuk Mkrtchyan

One of the strong points of the senior high school network is that ninth-graders are supposed to change their schools, which makes them think of their further career…

Eurovision 2015 votes DISQUALIFIED: Montenegro and Macedonia's results excluded after irregularities with voting ratio

The Eurovision Song Contest 2015 has been hit by a voting scandal. Montengro and Macedonia's voting results have been disqualified after it was discovered the two countries used votes from the...

Malaysia finds 'migrant' mass graves near Thai border

Several mass graves have been found in Thailand along a route used to smuggle Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar (also known as Burma)…

Turkish police injured in clashes over Morsi death sentence

The protesters had gathered outside a mosque in the Diyarbakır province following Friday prayers and read out a statement denouncing the verdict, chanting “God is great…”

Over 330 die due to heat wave; weather dept issues advisory

Large parts of India is in the grip of a severe heat wave, the Indian meterological department said on Saturday, urging people in the affected areas to take precautions when heading outdoors. Heat...

Iran says OPEC unlikely to change output ceiling: Mehr news agency

"Lowering OPEC's production ceiling requires consensus between all members ... under current conditions it seems unlikely that the OPEC production ceiling will change…"

Nepal earthquake: People flee as landslide blocks river

A number of landslides have hit Nepal since the 7.8-magnitude earthquake on 25 April which killed more than 8,000 people and injured many more. It was followed by…

At Least 10 Afghan Police Officers Killed in Taliban Assault

Taliban insurgents attacked police checkpoints Sunday in volatile southern Afghanistan, killing at least 10 officers in the ongoing assault, authorities said. Mohammad Ismail Hotaki, the director of...

Constitutional reforms too early in Nagorno-Karabakh – opinions

“When the Nagorno-Karabakh problem has been resolved, we will need a new constitution, an ever-lasting constitution that would be acceptable to all the sections of population…”

A second round of presidential elections is taking place in Poland on Sunday

A second round of presidential elections is taking place in Poland on Sunday, after both opposition candidate Andrzej Duda and acting President Bronislaw Komorowski failed to secure 50 percent of the...

Journalists should differ from other Participants of Demonstrations to avoid Violence: Deputy Ombudsman

According to him the solution is that the journalists should wear distinctive signs, which is an option accepted in the international practice

The Courts should look at the Person not like at a “Product”; Advocate

Today, our courts more frequently use the practice of rejecting of the motions on substitution of arrest by bail, considering such motion as unreasoned

Eurovision Song Contest: Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow wins

“I'm so happy and I want to say thank you for voting for me. I want to say we are all Heroes, no matter who we love, who we are or what we believe in - we are all heroes…”

Church in Ireland needs 'reality check' after gay marriage vote

"I ask myself, most of these young people who voted yes are products of our Catholic school system for 12 years. I'm saying there's a big challenge there to see how we get across the message of the Church…"

Sami Khedira takes aim at Real Madrid as he prepares to leave on free transfer

The Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has accused the La Liga club of freezing him out by dropping him from the team after contract extension talks broke down even though he was fit to play.The...

“September 3″ – 2 is expected. No rush to be encouraged by the results in Riga. Armen Martirosyan

No document has been signed between Armenia and EU in the Riga Summit. The President of Armenia signed the Riga Declaration. There is a reference here to the cooperation with Armenia and the settlement of Nagorno-Karabakh...

China pushes forward South America railway scheme

The railway would "consolidate Peru's geopolitical position as a natural gateway to South America", Peru’s President Humala said.